distinguishing quality

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"An infinite discretion is the distinguishing quality of pious families; they are reticent about everything, even about matters of no importance.
Posting on a preprint server may replace the traditional peer review process entirely;4 hence the responsibility of distinguishing quality has now shifted from the editors to the readers.
'We are bringing in here best quality of sacrificial animals from all the districts of Punjab, which are well-known for livestock farming and rearing as one of the distinguishing quality of our farm is that the animals would be available in all the colours that attract the customers especially the children in the season of Eidul Azha,' he said.
Each chapter is laid out with descriptions and relevant exercises (easy-to-follow and step-by-step) on the process of searching for accurate information and how to guide students in distinguishing quality research.
The distinguishing quality in universal life is that the major pricing elements are unbundled, she explains.
In order to find high quality hyperbaric solutions designed by industry leaders, people are turning to specialist hyperbaric equipment suppliers for help in distinguishing quality products from those built to sub-optimal standards.
Perhaps the most distinguishing quality of the millennial generation is its affinity for new technology.
The exclusive designs in her jewellery and dinnerware, as well as the distinguishing quality of her work, have made her the designer of choice for high net worth individuals, as well as royal families in the region.
His most distinguishing quality is his loving portrayal of desert life, into which he weaves cultural elements of Tuareg myths and customs.
What significance will be given to any distinguishing quality of a guaranteed death benefit several times the amount of premium paid in the presence of the possibility of an additional interest rate credit derived from an index?
2 : to be a typical or distinguishing quality of <Mystery and intrigue characterize this story.>
Cyr succinctly summed up this "distinguishing quality" of Baptiste's character in the following words: "I have not come close to a West Indian scholar as meticulous, painstaking and careful for detail and factual accuracy as our colleague Fitz Baptiste." It was in recognition of this quality that his major work, War, Cooperation and Conflict: The European Possesion in the Caribbean 1939-1945, was awarded the prestigious "Outstanding Academic Book" prize in 1988.